WashingtonExec Hosts October GovCon Executive Happy Hour, Sponsored by ESP LLC

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From left, Hewlett-Packard’s Orlando Figueredo, Doug Fouser of ESP and Craig Reed of Engility, pose for a photo at WashingtonExec’s October Happy Hour event.

WashingtonExec hosted its monthly Happy Hour for members of its Executive Councils on Oct. 8 at Maggiano’s in Tysons Corner. The event was sponsored by ESP (Engineering Solutions & Products) LLC.

“The WashingtonExec GovCon Executive Happy Hour was a great venue for ESP to announce the relocation of our Corporate Headquarters to the D.C. metro area,” ESP LLC President and CEO Doug Fouser said. “The event was a unique opportunity to mix and mingle with a diverse set of executives.”

ESP LLC sponsored WashingtonExec's October Happy Hour event

ESP LLC sponsored WashingtonExec’s October Happy Hour event

WashingtonExec GovCon Executive Happy Hours provide attendees an opportunity nurture new relationships and cultivate old ones. The mission of these programs is to connect government contracting executives of consequence through targeted and trusted forums in the National Capital Region (NCR).

Happy Hour Oct 2015

James Scampavia, AMERICAN SYSTEMS VP of Business Development and WashingtonExec Federal Acquisition Council Chairman, stands with Hans Hollister, ESP LLC Executive Vice President, Corporate Strategy & Development

WashingtonExec is proud to announce the formation of the General Managers (GM) Council, led by Vencore’s John Sutton. Fit executives are direct reports to CEOs or COO or equivalent and lead businesses sized between $50M – $500M in revenue. The group will formally launch this month and provides a forum for leaders to share experiences and gain

new insights in operating, winning and growing services and solutions businesses across the federal marketplace. The Council was created to fill a void for General Managers in order to address the needs of executives beyond day-to-day tactics and direct report issues. Problem-focused topics will include the future of govcon industry in 20 years, cultural implications of competing generations and resources, the art of M&A integration, management of abstract verse tactical goals of leadership teams, as well as adjacent market penetration.

From left, Joe Cubba of IBM, Andrea Wright of Unissant, Lori Feller of IBM, and XXX

From left, Joe Cubba of IBM, Andrea Wright of Unissant, Lori Feller of IBM, and Liz Anthony of VioN

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